WolfWalk from NCSU Libraries

June 8, 2010 § 1 Comment

WolfWalk is a mobile library project that enables users to explore North Carolina State University campus history using a location-aware interface optimized for mobile devices. The application supports a map view with geotagged placemarks for over 50 major sites of interest on the NCSU campus, and a browse view for quickly locating a known site by name.

Presentation about the WolfWalk project today at the Academic Librarians 2010 conference in Ithaca, NY: “Geotagging, Geolocation, and Augmented Reality: Opportunities for Libraries to Create in Situ Learning Experiences.” Rats, that I can’t go, but can follow on Twitter.

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